Location: PHPKode > projects > PHP SiteBuilder > include/class.htpasswd.php
<?php
/*	**************************************************************
 *	$Id: class.htpasswd.php,v 1.4 2001/10/03 14:27:48 zaiborg Exp $
 
	Revision 0.9 1999/01/27 16:41:00 hide@address.com

	Public Methods:

		initialize	version
		sane		do_not_blame_cdi	cryptPass
		isUser		getPass				verifyUser
		changePass	addUser				genSalt
		deleteUser	getUserNum			assignPass
		renameUser

	Internal Methods:

		utime	htReadFile	htWriteFile
		error	genPass

*/


//	**************************************************************
/*	History

	**************************************************************

	Rev 0.9			+renameUser(), -$UID

					Added the renameUser() method per a request
					from Rainer Scholz <hide@address.com>
					(A good idea :)

					Cleaned up some variables that were declared
					but no longer in use. Changed a few error msgs.
					It's amazing how much junk you can spot if you
					step away from the code for a week. :)

					Removed the UID global. It was used during some
					of the more anal sane() checks and should have
					been removed when sane() was changed in 0.7


	**************************************************************

	**************************************************************
	Revision 0.8 1999/01/17 15:20:00 hide@address.com

	Rev 0.8			Fixed the new() method so that it could
					be called with an empty value, rather
					than requiring the htpasswd file info.


	**************************************************************
	Revision 0.7 1999/01/14 15:34:00 hide@address.com


	Rev 0.7			-chconvert(), +Htpasswd()

					Added the Htpasswd() method. Initialize() can
					now be done if the new() method is given the
					path and filename as in

						$Htpasswd = new Htpasswd("/path/to/file");

					This makes it easier to port Perl programs that
					used Apache::Htpasswd. Besides, the method is
					much cleaner this way. Initialize() can still
					be called manually if you want to force a
					refresh on the $FILE contents.

					Removed a LOT of the sane() stuff. It finally
					dawned on me that it just isn't my job to make
					sure the programmer knows what the hell they're doing.

					sane() now only makes 4 basic checks. (is_writeable,
					is_readable, is_directory and is_symlink). If the
					first 2 fail or if the last 2 succeed, sane() fails.

					The mods to sane() removed the need for chconvert()

					Added some Win32 checking. Basicly it won't try to
					do a "*nix" thing to a Win box if WIN32 is set to
					true. Other than that, you're on your own.

					Fixed genSalt() to keep it from generating invalid
					salts. (Outside the range [a-zA-Z./] )

					Fixed cryptPass() so that it no longer needs the
					salt passed to it, even if the salt is empty.
					It will use the salt it's given and if no salt
					is given, will generate a random one.

					Started work on the man page.

	**************************************************************
	Revision 0.6 1999/01/13 19:21:00 hide@address.com

	Rev	0.6			+assignPass(), +genPass(), +genUser()

					Cleaned up the rand() functions. Now it's
					properly seeded in the initialize() method
					and much more robust. Effects genPass() and genSalt()

					genPass() generates a random 5 to 8 char password
					genUser() generates a random 5 to 8 char UserID

					assignPass(UserID) adds $UserID to password file
					using a genPass() password. Returns the plain text
					version of the password. genUser() just returns
					a randomly generated User Name using A-Za-z0-9
					genPass() generates a random password using
					A-Za-z0-9 and the !@#$%^&*()-+./ characters.

	**************************************************************
	Revision 0.5 1999/01/12 21:07:00 hide@address.com

	Rev	0.5			+verifyUser(), -checkPass()

					Deprecated checkPass() in favor of verifyUser()

					Removed the need for the $salt in verifyUser()
					If salt not passed to cryptPass(), it now
					automatically calls genSalt()

					Removed the need for the $salt in addUser()

					Added global DEBUG - set to false to not
					log errors.

					General code clean up, better commenting

	**************************************************************
	Revision 0.4 1999/01/08 14:20:00 hide@address.com

	Rev 0.4			Hey neat - it works.


	**************************************************************
	Revision 0.3 1999/01/08 13:10:00 hide@address.com

	Rev 0.3			+addUser(), +genSalt(), +deleteUser(), +utime(),
					+getUserNum()

	**************************************************************
	Revision 0.2 1999/01/07 09:55:00 hide@address.com

	Rev 0.2			+isUser(), +getPass(), +checkPass(), +htWriteFile(),
					+changePass()


	**************************************************************
	Revision 0.1 1999/01/05 12:34:00 hide@address.com

	Rev 0.1	Start - +initialize(), +version(), +error(), +sane(),
					+do_not_blame_cdi(), +cryptPass(), +htReadFile(),
					+chconvert()

*/

//	**************************************************************
//
//

class Htpasswd {

	// Globally accessable variables

	var	$VERSION	= 'Revision 0.8 1999/01/17 15:20:00 hide@address.com';

	//var $UID		= getmyuid();

								// Set this to the user ID of the process
								// this program runs as. Used for sanity
								// checking. Defaults to same ID as
								// the file calling it.

	//	UID deprecated 0.9 - it was used for some of the more anal
	//	sane() routines - forgot to take it out in 0.7 when I should have

	var $WIN32		= false;	// Set to true for M$ BloatWare servers


	var $FILE		= "";		// Filename Holder
	var $ERROR		= "";		// Last error message
	var $EMPTY		= false;	// Is the FILE empty?
	var $CONTENTS	= "";		// Raw htpasswd contents
	var $EXISTS		= false;	// Boolean. True if $FILE exists
	var $SANE		= false;	// Boolean. True if $FILE passes all tests
	var $IDIOT		= false;	// Boolean. True if user is an idiot.
	var $DEBUG		= false;	// Boolean. Logs errors to error_log if set
	var $USERS		= array();	// Array of [index#][(user|pass)]=value
	var $USERCOUNT	= 0;		// Counter - total number of users in $FILE
								// Zero based indexing on $USERS


//	**************************************************************
//	An auto-constructor, can initilize the filename when
//	called from new()


	function Htpasswd ($passwdFile = "")
	{
		if(!empty($passwdFile))
		{
			$this->initialize($passwdFile);
		}
		return;
	}


//	**************************************************************
//	The Initialize function sets up the FILE, checks it
//	for sanity, then loads it into the processes memory
//	htReadFile() should only be called using this method.

	function initialize ($passwdFile)
	{
		$this->FILE	=	$passwdFile;

		srand((double)microtime()*1000000); // Seed the random number gen

		if(empty($passwdFile))
		{
			// PHP is going to bitch about this, this is here just because

			$this->error("Invalid initialize() or new() method: No file specified!",1);
			exit; // Just in case
		}

		if(file_exists($this->FILE))
		{
			$this->EXISTS = true;
			if($this->sane($this->FILE))
			{
				$this->SANE = true;
				$this->htReadFile();
			}
			else
			{
				// Preserve the error generated by sane()
				return;
			}
		}
		else
		{
			$this->SANE=true;	// Non-existant files are safe
		}
		return;
	}

//	**************************************************************
//	Turns off sanity checking. Needless to say if you do this
//	you're an idiot, but I'll give you the rope...


	function do_not_blame_cdi ()
	{
		$this->IDIOT = true;
		$this->error("No sanity checking on files",0);
		return;
	}


//	**************************************************************
//	Checks file sanity. Can be called publicly, giving the
//	full path to the file to be checked.
//	Can be disabled if you're an idiot by
//	calling $Htpasswd->do_not_blame_cdi() 

//	Tons of junk removed Rev 0.7

	function sane ($filename)
	{
		if ($this->IDIOT)
		{
			return true;
		}

		// If it's a Win32 box, there's no sense in doing all this

		if ($this->WIN32)
		{
			// You're on your own
			return true;
		}

		//	Some kind of *nix machine - let's do some
		//	rudimentary checks

		if (!(is_readable($filename)))
		{
			$this->error("File [$filename] not readable",0);
			return false;
		}
		if (!(is_writeable($filename)))
		{
			$this->error("File [$filename] not writeable",0);
			return false;
		}
		if(is_dir($filename))
		{
			$this->error("File [$filename] is a directory",0);
			return false;
		}
		if(is_link($filename))
		{
			$this->error("File [$filename] is a symlink",0);
			return false;
		}

		//	I had a lot of routines in here to do a lot of checking
		//	on the file permissions and you know what? That
		//	ain't my job. It's yours.

		// File is assumed to be sane - too bad I'm not.

		return true;
	}

//	**************************************************************
//	Not really needed but it's a legacy thing...

	function version ()
	{
		return $this->VERSION;
	}

//	**************************************************************
//	Error handling. Fatals immediately exit the program (very
//	few errors generate a fatal exit. Most just carp a warning
//	and continue. Logged via error_log method.

	function error ($errMsg,$die)
	{
		$this->ERROR = $errMsg;

		//	croak or carp?

		//	If logging is turned off AND this is not
		//	a Fatal error, just return

		if( (!($this->DEBUG)) && ($die != 1) ){
			return;
		}

		if ($this->DEBUG)
		{
			error_log($this->ERROR,0);
		}

		if($die == 1)
		{
			echo "<B> ERROR $this->ERROR </B> <BR> \n";
			exit;
		}

		return;
	}

//	**************************************************************
//	Internal function to read the FILE and process it's contents
//	Can be called publicly to re-read the file, but why would
//	you want to introduce another series of system calls like that?

//	This does the lions share of the work. This should only be
//	called once per process, and it should be called internally
//	by the initialize method. Have I mentioned that enough yet?

	function htReadFile ()
	{
		global	$php_errormsg;

		$Mytemp		= array();
		$Myjunk 	= array();
		$Junk		= array();
		$count		= 0;
		$user   	= "";
		$pass		= "";
		$temp		= "";
		$key		= "";
		$val		= "";
		$filesize 	= 0;
		$errno		= 0;
		$empty		= false;
		$contents 	= "";

		$filename 	= $this->FILE;
		$filesize 	= filesize($filename);

		if($filesize < 3) { $empty = true; }

		//	Why did I pick 3? I dunno - seemed like the number
		//	to use at the time.
		//	(Actually, think [char]:[\n], the absolute smallest
		//	size a "legitimate" password file can ever be.)

		if(!($empty))
		{
			$this->EMPTY = false;

			$fd = fopen( $filename, "r" );

			if(empty($fd))
			{
				$this->error("FATAL File access error [$php_errormsg]",1);
				exit; // Just in case
			}

			$contents = fread( $fd, filesize( $filename ) );
			fclose( $fd );

			$this->CONTENTS = $contents;
			$Mytemp	= split("\n",$contents);
			for($count=0;$count<count($Mytemp);$count++)
			{
				$user = "";
				$pass = "";

				if(empty($Mytemp[$count]))					{ break; }
				if(ereg("^(\n|\W)(.?)",$Mytemp[$count]))	{ break; }

				if(!(ereg(":",$Mytemp[$count])))
				{
					$user = $Mytemp[$count];
					$errno=($count+1);
					$this->error("FATAL invalid user [$user] on line [$errno] in [$filename]",1);
				}

				list ($user,$pass) = split(":",$Mytemp[$count]);

				if ( ($user != "") and ($pass != "") )
				{
					$Myjunk[$count]["user"]	= $user;
					$Myjunk[$count]["pass"]	= $pass;
				}

			}

			$this->USERS		= $Myjunk;
			$this->USERCOUNT	= $count;

		}
		else
		{
			// Empty file. Label it as such

			$this->USERS		= $Myjunk;
			$this->USERCOUNT	= -1;
			$this->EMPTY		= true;
		}

		return;

	}	// end htReadFile()


//	**************************************************************
//	Given a plain text password and salt, returns crypt() encrypted
//	version. If salt is not passed or referenced, it will generate
//	a random salt automatically.

	function cryptPass ($passwd, $salt = "")
	{
		if (!($passwd))
		{
			// Return what we were given

			// If calling this directly, do something like
			// $enc_pass = $Htpasswd->cryptPass($pass);
			// if (empty($enc_pass)) { BARF! }

			// You should really verify the data before calling
			// this though - I do.			

			return "";

		}

		if (!empty($salt))
		{
			//# Make sure only use 2 chars

			$salt = substr ($salt, 0, 2);
		}
		else
		{
			// If no salt, generate a (pseudo) random one

			$salt = $this->genSalt();
		}

		return (crypt($passwd, $salt));

	} // end cryptPass


//	**************************************************************
//	Returns true if UserID is found in the password file. False
//	otherwise.

	function isUser ($UserID)
	{
		$key = "";
		$val = "";
		$user = "";
		$pass = "";
		$found = false;

		if (empty($UserID))	{ return false; }
		if ($this->EMPTY)	{ return false; }

		for($count=0; $count < $this->USERCOUNT; $count++ )
		{
			if($UserID == $this->USERS[$count]["user"])
			{
				$found = true;
			}
        }

		return $found;

    } // end isUser

//	**************************************************************
//	Fetches the encrypted password from the password file and
//	returns it. Returns null on failure.

	function getPass ($UserID)
	{
		$key = "";
		$val = "";
		$user = "";
		$pass = "";
		$usernum = -1;

		if ($this->EMPTY)				{ return $pass; }
		if (empty($UserID))				{ return $pass; }
		if (!($this->isUser($UserID))) 	{ return $pass; }

		$usernum = $this->getUserNum($UserID);
		if($usernum == -1)  {   return false; }

		$pass = $this->USERS[$usernum]["pass"];

		return $pass;

    } // end getPass

//	**************************************************************
//	Returns true if Users password matches the password in 
//	the password file.
//
//	method deprecated 0.5 <cdi>
//	use verifyUser() instead
//
	function checkPass ($UserID, $Pass)
	{
		$retval = $this->verifyUser($UserID,$Pass);
		return $retval;

    } // end checkPass


//	**************************************************************
//	Returns true if Users password is authenticated, false otherwise
//
//	$Pass should be passed in un-encrypted

	function verifyUser ($UserID,$Pass)
	{
		$pass = "";
		$match = false;
		$usernum = -1;
		$salt = "";

		if ($this->EMPTY)				{ return false; }
		if (empty($UserID))				{ return false; }
		if (empty($Pass))				{ return false; }
		if (!($this->isUser($UserID)))	{ return false; }

		$usernum = $this->getUserNum($UserID);
		if($usernum == -1)  {   return false; }

		$pass = $this->USERS[$usernum]["pass"];
		$salt = substr($pass,0,2);
		$Pass =	$this->cryptPass($Pass,$salt); 

		if ($pass == $Pass)
		{
			$match = true;
		}

		return $match;

    } // end verifyUser

//	**************************************************************

//	Changes an existing users password. If "oldPass" is null, or 
//	if oldPass is not passed to this method, there is no checking 
//	to be sure it matches their old password.
//
//	Needless to say, you shouldn't do dat, but I'll give you
//	the rope...
//
//	NewPass should be passed to this method un-encrypted.
//
//	Returns true on success, false on failure

	function changePass ($UserID, $newPass, $oldPass = "")
	{
		// global $php_errormsg;

		$passwdFile	=	$this->FILE;
		$pass		=	"";
		$newname;
		$newpass;

		// Can't very well change the password of a non-existant
		// user now can we?

		if ($this->EMPTY)				{ return false; }
		if (empty($UserID))				{ return false; }

		if (!($this->isUser($UserID)))
		{
			// No sniffing for valid user IDs please
			$this->error("changePass failure for [$UserID]: Authentication Failure",0);
			return false;
		}

		if(empty($newPass))
		{
			$this->error("changePass failure - no new password submitted",0);
			return false;
		}

		$newname = strtolower($UserID);
		$newpass = strtolower($newPass);

		if($newname == $newpass)
		{
			$this->error("changePass failure: UserID and password cannot be the same",0);
			return false;
		}

		// If no old Password, don't force it to match
		// their existing password. NOT RECOMMENDED!
		// Be SURE to always send the oldPass!

		if(!(empty($oldPass)))
		{
			//	Must validate the user now

			if (!($this->verifyUser($UserID,$oldPass)))
			{
				$this->error("changePass failure for [$UserID] : Authentication Failed",0);
				return false;
			}

			// OK - so the password is valid - are we planning
			// on actually changing it ?

			if($newPass == $oldPass)
			{
				// Passwords are the same, no sense wasting time here
			
				return true;
			}
		}

		// Valid user with new password, OK to change.

		$usernum = $this->getUserNum($UserID);

		if($usernum == -1)  {   return false; }

		// No salt to cryptPass - generates a random one for us
		$this->USERS[$usernum]["pass"] = $this->cryptPass($newPass);

		if(!($this->htWriteFile()))
		{
			$this->error("FATAL could not save new password file! [$php_errormsg]",1);
			exit;	// just in case
		}

		return true;

    } // end changePass


//	**************************************************************
//	A modified copy of changePass - changes the users name.
//	If $Pass is sent, it authenticates before allowing the change.
//	Returns true on success, false if; 
//
//		The OldID is not found
//		The NewID already exists
//		The Password is sent and auth fails

	function renameUser ($OldID, $NewID, $Pass = "")
	{
		if ($this->EMPTY)				{ return false; }
		if (empty($OldID))				{ return false; }
		if (empty($NewID))				{ return false; }

		if (!($this->isUser($OldID)))
		{
			//	Send an auth failure - prevents people from fishing for
			//	valid userIDs.
			//	YOU will know its's because User is Unknown - 
			//	this error is slightly different than the real
			//	authentication failure message. Compare the two.
			//	Security through obscurity sucks but oh well..

			$this->error("renameUser failure for [$OldID]: Authentication Failure",0);
			return false;
		}
		if($this->isUser($NewID))
		{
			$this->error("Cannot change UserID, [$NewID] already exists",0);
			return false;
		}

		// If no Password, force a name change,
		// otherwise authenticate first.

		// Be SURE to always send the Pass!

		if(!(empty($Pass)))
		{
			//	Must validate the user now

			if (!($this->verifyUser($OldID,$Pass)))
			{
				$this->error("renameUser failure for [$OldID] : Authentication Failed",0);
				return false;
			}

			// OK - so the password is valid - are we planning
			// on actually changing our name ?

			if($NewID == $OldID)
			{
				// Nice new name ya got there Homer...
				return true;
			}
		}

		// Valid user, OK to change.

		$usernum = $this->getUserNum($OldID);

		if($usernum == -1)	{	return false; }

		$this->USERS[$usernum]["user"] = $NewID;

		if(!($this->htWriteFile()))
		{
			$this->error("FATAL could not save password file! [$php_errormsg]",1);
			exit;	// just in case
		}

		return true;

    } // end renameUser



//	**************************************************************
//	Writes the new password file. Writes a temp file first,
//	then attempts to copy the temp file over the existing file
//	Original file not harmed if this fails.

//	Also kinda sorta gets around the lack of file locking in PHP
//	Hey, You there - PHP maintainer - FLOCK damn it! Not -everything-
//	in life is inside a friggen database.

//	On success, re-calls the initialize method to re-read
//	the new password file and returns true. False on failure

	function htWriteFile ()
	{
		global $php_errormsg;

		$filename	= $this->FILE;

		// On WIN32 box this should -still- work OK,
		// but it'll generate the tempfile in the system
		// temporary directory (usually c:\windows\temp)
		// YMMV

		$tempfile	= tempnam( "/tmp", "fort" );

		$name		= "";
		$pass		= "";
		$count		= 0;
		$fd;
		$myerror	= "";

		if($this->EMPTY)
		{
			$this->USERCOUNT = 0;
		}

		if (!copy($filename, $tempfile))
		{
			$this->error("FATAL cannot create backup file [$tempfile] [$php_errormsg]",1);
			exit; // Just in case
		}

		$fd = fopen( $tempfile, "w" );

		if(empty($fd))
		{
			$myerror = $php_errormsg;	// In case the unlink generates
										// a new one - we don't care if
										// the unlink fails - we're
										// already screwed anyway
			unlink($tempfile);
			$this->error("FATAL File [$tempfile] access error [$myerror]",1);
			exit; // Just in case
		}

		for($count=0; $count <= $this->USERCOUNT; $count++ )
		{
			$name = $this->USERS[$count]["user"];
			$pass = $this->USERS[$count]["pass"];

			if ( ($name != "") && ($pass != "") )
			{
				fwrite($fd, "$name:$pass\n");
			}
		}

		fclose( $fd );

		if (!copy($tempfile, $filename))
		{
			$myerror = $php_errormsg;	// Stash the error, see above
			unlink($tempfile);
			$this->error("FATAL cannot copy file [$filename] [$myerror]",1);
			exit;	// Just in case
		}

		// Update successful

		unlink($tempfile);

		if(file_exists($tempfile))
		{
			// Not fatal but it should be noted
			$this->error("Could not unlink [$tempfile] : [$php_errormsg]",0);
		}

		// Update the information in memory with the
		// new file contents.

		$this->initialize($filename);

		return true;
	}



//	**************************************************************
//	Should be fairly obvious - adds a user to the htpasswd file
//	Returns true on success, false on failure

	function addUser ($UserID, $newPass)
	{
		// global $php_errormsg;

		$count = $this->USERCOUNT;

		if(empty($UserID))
		{
			$this->error("addUser fail. No UserID",0);
			return false;
		}
		if(empty($newPass))
		{
			$this->error("addUser fail. No password",0);
			return false;
		}

		if($this->isUser($UserID))
		{
			$this->error("addUser fail. UserID already exists",0);
			return false;
        }

		if($this->EMPTY)
		{
			$count = 0;
		}

		$this->USERS[$count]["user"] = $UserID;

		//	No salt to cryptPass() - will generate a random one for us

		$this->USERS[$count]["pass"] = $this->cryptPass($newPass);

		if(!($this->htWriteFile()))
		{
			$this->error("FATAL could not add user due to file error! [$php_errormsg]",1);
			exit;	// Just in case
		}

		// Successfully added user

		return true;

    } // end addUser

//	**************************************************************
//	Same as addUser, but adds the user to the password file
//	with a randomly generated password.
//
//	Returns plain text password on success, null on failure

	function assignPass ($UserID)
	{
		
		$pass	= "";
		$count	= $this->USERCOUNT;

		if(empty($UserID))
		{
			$this->error("assignPass fail. No UserID",0);
			return "";
		}
		if($this->EMPTY)
		{
			$count = 0;
		}

		if($this->isUser($UserID))
		{
			$this->error("assignPass fail. UserID already exists. Use genPass instead",0);
			return "";
		}

		$pass = $this->genPass();

		$this->USERS[$count]["user"] = $UserID;

		//	No salt to cryptPass() - will generate a random one for us

		$this->USERS[$count]["pass"] = $this->cryptPass($pass);

		if(!($this->htWriteFile()))
		{
			$this->error("FATAL could not add user due to file error! [$php_errormsg]",1);
			exit;	// Just in case
		}

		// Successfully added user

		return($pass);

    } // end assignPass



//	**************************************************************
//	Again, fairly obvious - deletes a user from the htpasswd file
//	Returns true on success, false on failure

	function deleteUser ($UserID)
	{
		// global $php_errormsg;

		$found = false;

		// Can't delete non-existant UserIDs

		if($this->EMPTY)	{ return false; }
		if(empty($UserID))
		{
			// PHP should complain about this, but just in case
			$this->error("deleteUser fail. No UserID to delete.",0);
			return false;
		}
		if(!($this->isUser($UserID)))
		{
			$this->error("Cannot delete : [$UserID] not found.",0);
			return false;
		}

		$usernum = $this->getUserNum($UserID);

		if($usernum == -1)  {   return false; }

		$this->USERS[$usernum]["user"] = "";
		$this->USERS[$usernum]["pass"] = "";

		if(!($this->htWriteFile()))
		{
			$this->error("FATAL could not remove user due to file error! [$php_errormsg]",1);
			exit;	// Just in case
		}

		// Successfully deleted user

		return true;

    } // end deleteUser


//	**************************************************************
//	Returns the user's UserID in the password file.
//	(Glorified line number)
//	Returns -1 if not found or errors

	function getUserNum ($UserID)
	{
		$count = 0;
		$usernum = -1;
		$name = "";

		if ($this->EMPTY)				{ return $usernum; }
		if (empty($UserID))				{ return $usernum; }

		if (!($this->isUser($UserID)))	{ return $usernum; }

		for($count=0; $count <= $this->USERCOUNT; $count++ )
		{

			$name = $this->USERS[$count]["user"];

			if ($name != "")
			{
				if ($name == $UserID)
				{
					$usernum = $count;
					break;
				}
			}
		}

		return $usernum;
	}


//	**************************************************************
//	Calculates current microtime

	function utime()
	{
		$time = explode( " ", microtime());
		$usec = (double)$time[0];
		$sec = (double)$time[1];
		return $sec + $usec;
    }

//	**************************************************************
//	Generates a pseudo random 2 digit salt. Method will 
//	generate different salts when called multiple times by
//	the same process.


	function genSalt ()
	{
		$random = 0;
		$rand64 = "";
		$salt = "";

		$random=rand();	// Seeded via initialize()

		// Crypt(3) can only handle A-Z a-z ./

		$rand64= "./0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz";
		$salt=substr($rand64,$random  %  64,1).substr($rand64,($random/64) % 64,1);
		$salt=substr($salt,0,2); // Just in case

		return($salt);

	}


//	**************************************************************
//	Generates a pseudo random 5 to 8 digit password. Method will even
//	generate different passwords when called multiple times by
//	the same process.

	function genPass ()
	{

		$random = 0;
		$rand78 = "";
		$randpass = "";
		$pass = "";

		$maxcount = rand(4,9);

		// The rand() limits (min 4, max 9) don't actually limit the number
		// returned by rand, so keep looping until we have a password that's
		// more than 4 characters and less than 9.

		if ( ($maxcount > 8) or ($maxcount < 5) )
		{
			do
			{
				$maxcount = rand(4,9);

			} while ( ($maxcount > 8) or ($maxcount < 5) );
		}

		$rand78= "./0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ!@#$%^&*()-=_+abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz";
		for($count=0; $count <= $maxcount; $count++)
		{
			$random=rand(0,77);
			$randpass=substr($rand78,$random,1);
			$pass = $pass.$randpass;
		}

		$pass = substr($pass,0,8);	// Just in case

		return($pass);

	}	// end genPass


//	**************************************************************
//	Generates a pseudo random 5 to 8 digit User ID. Method will 
//	generate different User IDs when called multiple times by
//	the same process.

	function genUser ()
	{

		$random = 0;
		$rand78 = "";
		$randuser = "";
		$userid = "";

		$maxcount = rand(4,9);

		if ( ($maxcount > 8) or ($maxcount < 5) )
		{
			do
			{
				$maxcount = rand(4,9);

			} while ( ($maxcount > 8) or ($maxcount < 5) );
		}

		$rand62= "0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz";
		for($count=0; $count <= $maxcount; $count++)
		{
			$random=rand(0,61);
			$randuser=substr($rand62,$random,1);
			$userid = $userid.$randuser;
		}

		$userid = substr($userid,0,8);	// Just in case

		return($userid);

	}	// end genUser



//	**************************************************************


//	**************************************************************


}   // END CLASS.HTPASSWD



?>
Return current item: PHP SiteBuilder